What you will expect.
Become a better team player
Feel the excitement and play in the latest mid-size to large rock venues and share the same stages where legends performed.
Along with social and emotional well-being, playing in a band can be a great confidence booster. Students practice hard on their own time to become a better musician. When they join a group band, that growth can be brought into a new light. They can share their talents with others and see how it contributes to the success of something even bigger. Being a part of something great promotes self-confidence in students and humans in general. If you’re looking for a new way to show how amazing and talented you can be, consider playing in a group band.
Friendship and knowledge
Being in a band teaching you how to work with others, just like any group collaboration. You'll learn how to compromise, respect, and constructively communicate with your bandmates. You'll build unique bonding experiences during rehearsal and performances
You'll make some of your best memories in life by joining a group of musicians. Yes, that's what a band is. You'll become part of a community and maybe even make some new friends
Another bonus of being in a group is that your child will develop faster socially than his peers. He or she will also learn new lessons and techniques that can only be learned while in a group. They will learn the responsibility of taking care of an instrument and learning how to work with others to solve problems. Collaborating with others is also a transferrable skill. Perhaps most importantly, being in a band is a great way to motivate children, teens and adults.
Take the REAL stage
It was the best experiences I have ever had. Being apart the group band helped me become confident in myself by performing in front of people with my friends I made.